Recycling glass into mulch, road filler keeps tons of refuse out of landfills

Jul 28, 2008 Full story: Murray Ledger & Times

Pulverizing and reusing discarded glass as mulch, road filler and other purposes can keep tons of refuse out of city and county and landfills and save millions of dollars per year in disposal costs for ...

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mio

Southfield, MI

#1 Jul 30, 2008
Who has the means to do this? Local Gov., State, or private. Will it creat more jobs in the local area. What is the estamated coast to do this project? Did not glass come from sand to begin with. So why call it mulch. I think it is a great Idea, if you can keep the coast down, re-use and creat more jobs to the local area.

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